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  • airy hopes
  • cervical Do not report submaxillary enlargement in recurrent tonsilitis or carious teeth or post-cervical enlargement in pediculosis capitis, or in impetigo or eczema of the scalp.
  • Cervices 11, attollens canis cervices arduas Anubis; cf.
  • cervix These regular cramp-like pains are the result of the early dilation of the cervix-the first opening of the door to the uterine room which has housed our little citizen through the developmental stages of embryonic life-and as a result of this stretching and dilating there soon appears that special blood-tinged mucus flow commonly known as "the show."
  • civics In the academic high schools, those who take the classical course receive no civics whatever.
  • de forms
  • de fraud
  • have charge of
  • heavyduty
  • holds out hope
  • hook line sinkers
  • illfed
  • interdepended
  • servers They are not, as you are aware, time-servers, like so many others, who will desert their king in his hour of need.
  • serves It serves me quite right; How can an unemployed person think of holiday making.
  • service I cannot go back to your Ladyship's service.
  • services Moreover there was movement, as in very many ancient religious services, within and without the pale of revelation.
  • servings Or huge servings of starch to mellow them out.
  • servos In a couple of weeks' time maybe five servos made stopovers.
  • suffice When thoroughly prepared, it is so firm and yet so elastic that the quantity which can be pressed between the two hands will suffice to properly stuff a bed-quilt.
  • surface How we laughed and sighed and swithered over the fortunes spread out all over the inner surface of that cup!
  • survives Tell him that their old love for a Martin still survives in their hearts, and it will be his own fault if he does not transmit it to his children.